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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

Originally Posted by chef2sail View Post
Which Mill Creek are you referring to (seems every river has .

If you are referring to the Whitehall Bay Creeks. You can dinghy to Cantlers. If you decide on Whitehall Creek , our marina has a dinghy platform/ raft. I don’t think John the marina manager would say anything but you can use my name if you want. Both places are in neighborhoods so walking Fido is possible.
Yes, it was “your” Miil Creek thay I was asking about. Thanks for the tips. This time we’ll probably stay in Magothy so we’re close enough to return same day if temps or the dog are too miserable. But if it goes well we might shoot down there later.

Good luck with your recovery. You picked the right month to stay off the boat.

Rick S., Swarthmore, PA
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